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Foreign Oil Dependence

FOREIGN OIL DEPENDENCE WHERE DOES OUR OIL COME FROM? The U.S. imported about 45% of crude oil and petroleum products consumed in 2011. Thanks to oil coming from shale formations in North Dakota and Texas, that number is expected to drop. Since 2010, Nigerian imports have decreased by 50%. By 2014, the U.S. is set to decrease imports to 6M barrels per day (bbl/d). This is the lowest level since 1987. TOP OIL SUPPLIERS (by origin/amount) Canada - 300K bbl/d Canada - 1.7M bbl/d Nigeria - 200K bbl/d Canada - 200K bbl/d Other Africa - 200K bbl/d Saudi Arabia - 200K bbl/d Middle East - 200K bbl/d Ecuador - 200K bbl/d Other Non-U.S. - 300K bbl/d Mexico - 1M bbl/d Saudi Arabia - 900K bbl/d Venezuela - 900K bbl/d USCOIL SOURCES eia.gow/energy_in_brief/article/foreign_oil_dependence.cfm PROPERTIES

Foreign Oil Dependence

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Informative infographic explaining the nature and the dependence of US foreign oil categorizing by origin of exports and final importing US destinations


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